Voice of Warwickshire - panel member registration 2024

Closed 11 May 2024

Opened 6 Mar 2024


Recruitment for our residents' panel 'Voice of Warwickshire' is open.  As a panel member you will have the opportunity to share your views on big issues in Warwickshire, like health and wellbeing, climate change and sustainability, community safety, education, transport, economic growth, inequalities and inclusion, and more.  

If you take part, you will be helping us to deliver the Council Plan and contribute to the development of policies and strategies by sharing your views on decisions that will affect Warwickshire and the area where you live over the next few years.  We are asking residents to sign up for 12 months until March 2025.

Why you should get involved: 

  • Share your opinions and experiences of living in Warwickshire 
  • Give your views on key issues that impact you, your family, friends and communities
  • Help inform Warwickshire County Council's policymaking based on your experiences 

Would you like to help us? 

Register as a Voice of Warwickshire member and around 4-6 times a year we will ask you to give us your opinions. This will mainly be using online polls and short surveys but other options will be available if you are not online. 

To be eligible to join, you need to be over 18 on or before 1 April 2024 and a Warwickshire resident.

If you are a current member of the panel you do not need to re-apply.

Please complete the registration form using the link below. 

If you need telephone support to complete this form please call 01926 410410.

We want to get as many people as we can involved with the group, but we also need to make sure that the group represents Warwickshire residents. For this reason, the form includes background questions about you. We will use this information to monitor the profile of the group as a whole.  There is a possibility that we may have too many people registered with the same profile. If this happens, we may limit numbers. 


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  • Anyone from any background


  • Constitution and democracy
  • Policies, plans and strategies
  • Communities
  • Engagement and surveys